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I have been working on evaluating different big data solutions for the past few months. If you want to give them a show, here are few of major big data solutions, these links are quick start VM images : Cloudera IBM … Continue reading
Don’t have an active Red Hat subscription, but you want to use YUM ??? No problem, you can always add CentOS repository to the yum repos directory to have your red hat linux download and install from CentOS repository. So … Continue reading
I thought this is cool and wanted to share with y’all. Kapersky has a web page that show cyber threat around the world in real time. Not sure how accurate or real time it is. But its definitely something worth … Continue reading